Wachovia Bank, N.A., along with the North Carolina High School Athletic Association, today announced the standings for fall sports in the Wachovia Cup competitions for the 2008-2009 sports season.
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It's no mistake that the North Harrison Avenue families are slated to wait until 2010 to be reassigned to Cary High.
In the draft plan, those nodes were slated to be reassigned from Panther Creek High to Athens Drive High in 2009-10. Administrators said they'd recommend moving them to Cary HIgh instead, as urged by the parents, in the revised plan.
But what surprised those nodes when the plan came out last month is that they won't go to Cary High until 2010.
We certainly found out a lot about our area teams as they competed against some top-notch competition at various tournaments.
Winter break is coming to a close for our area schools, so it's time to blow the dust off the ol' TCN rankings and see how each team did over break.
We don't have any games listed for Apex, so we're assuming the undefeated record is still intact. If that's the case, then who said idleness is a bad thing? Cary Christian lost two games at the Johnson-Lambe Tournament by a combined five points, meaning Apex will leapfrog them this week.
Also losing two games over break is Athens Drive, who faced stiff tests from Wake-Forest Rolesville and SE Raleigh.
It wasn't fair to move anybody else up or down, but we should note that Cary Academy is poised to vault up the standings if they can continue their outstanding play. After finally defeating Cary Christian (first time out of three games this year), the Chargers came within seconds of defeating Southern Durham (losing in OT) and easily won a match-up with Fuquay-Varina.
Cary places 13 wrestlers at the 2008 Mark Adams Holiday Classic, while Apex places two and Cary Academy one. Click the 'read more' button to see all the place winners at their respective weight classes. Western Wake wrestlers are in bold.
Cary hosts and wins the 2008 Mark Adams Holiday Classic. Click "read more" for a full listing of the team scores.
Is it possible to win both your games and still move down in the rankings? Absolutely - just ask Middle Creek, which is now No. 3 on our TCN rankings.
There were some movers and shakers from last week's TCN rankings, but the top stays the same for now.
It's all here in the TCN girls' basketball rankings.
Cary High has made quite a splash with its latest hire, bringing in longtime ACC coach Laura Kerrigan to coach the Lady Imps soccer team this spring.
Kerrigan resigned from N.C. State in November after posting a 87-107-16 record in her 11 years with the Wolfpack.